For Business Owners & Job Seekers, A New Networking Event In Westchester

The Connections for Success: Small Business and Job Seeker Summit brings together small business owners, government agencies, and job seekers—plus some inspiration from a rags-to-riches success story.

Centrally Located, Yorktown Green Is This Week's Hot Property

A 177,250 square open-air shopping center located off of Route 202 in Yorktown Heights.

Going Green—With A Little Help From The County

Diamond Properties becomes just the third Westchester company to achieve Westchester Green Business-Certified status.

Governor Cuomo Names First START-UP NY Location In Mid-Hudson Region

Plus, Healthgrades gives one Westchester hospital their Outstanding Patient Experience Award, and more county achievements this week.

New Hires And Promotions Around The County

People and places in the county getting new jobs, new directors, and new directions.

Affordable Housing Update, Plus More Business News

Business news briefs from around the county

How Did Westchester Public Companies Fare in Q2 2014?

With second quarter earnings announcements solidly in the bag, we did a roundup of Westchester public companies’ financial performance.

Is Your Business Ready For Disaster?

At this week's business events, learn how to safeguard your company against disasters, network with professionals, meet 2014's Small Business Award winners, plus more.

Heineken Goes Green—And We're Not Talking About The Bottles

White Plains-based Heineken USA is stepping up its commitment to sustainability—in its offices, in the community, and among its employees.

What's Up With Westchester's Employment Numbers?

Gains were seen in education and healthcare, but government and utility jobs fared less favorably.

For Sale: Hot Property Near Port Chester's Capitol Theatre

This property pick is within walking distance of Metro-North and downtown Port Chester.

Smart Business Model: Back-to-School Shopping Made Easy

Simplifying the school-supply shopping process has helped local firm A. Hartz grow its business—and made life easier for many Westchester parents.

Two Reasons Chop’t Creative Salad Co. Is Growing In Westchester

Excerpts from a chat with CEO Nick Marsh on his business model in Westchester and Fairfield counties.

Game, Set, Match—Plus Apps, Music, and Beer

Two Westchester-HQ’d firms lend some extra interest to this year’s US Open—an event from the White Plains-based United States Tennis Association.

Westchester’s Hospital Affiliation Craze Continues

Hudson Valley Hospital pursues an affiliation with New York-Presbyterian.

Breaking Down The 2014 Inc 5000 List

Who made the cut in Westchester? And what does the list say about the state of our business climate?

How Employers Should Conduct First Interviews

Guest writer Don Zinn explores the logistics of first-round interviews. In part two, learn how employers can manage interviews to find out exactly what they need to know.

How To Jumpstart Your Business

This week's business events put a focus on building your brand, the first steps every business should take, and networking for young professionals.

Westchester’s Ridge Hill Adds (Even) More Stores

The county’s hottest shopping destination gets better with retail and restaurant additions.

This Week's Hot Property—Golf Course Included

Over 14 acres of light-industry zoned property off Route 202 in Mohegan Lake.

How Candidates Can Ace First Interviews

Guest writer Don Zinn explores the logistics of first-round interviews. In part one, learn what the candidate faces and how they can prepare.

Your 2nd Quarter Commercial Real Estate Snapshot

Major second-quarter deals from Westchester’s top commercial real estate players.

When It Comes To Digital, Westchester Is In The Winners' Circle

Westchester's government was recognized for a ninth consecutive year as a top-ten digital county.

The Truth About Lying On Your Resumé

Is resume padding an epidemic? A surprising new survey paints a worrying picture.